5 Hilarious Mormons You Need to Follow on Twitter


Twitter can be a gloomy place between the trolls and the political fights. If you’re looking for a little good, clean fun for your Twitter feed, check out these 5 hilarious Mormons:

Spencer Cox

Utah’s lieutenant governor may be a Republican, but he’s known for his bipartisan appeal. His sense of humor only adds to his likeability. If you want to keep up with state and national politics in a way that won’t make your head hurt (and might even make you laugh), follow Spencer Cox.

McKay Coppins

McKay Coppins is a BYU alum (and former Daily Universe editor!) who’s best known for covering the “Mormon Moment” as part of the traveling press corps of Mitt Romney’s 2012 presidential campaign. Today, Coppins covers the White House for The Atlantic.

Shannon Hale

Shannon Hale is a New York Times bestselling author who writes books — often comedies — for children, young adults, and adults.

She’s very vocal about the importance of books written by and about women — and that these books aren’t exclusively “girl books.” Follow Hale for her thoughts on literature and updates on the funny things her kids say and do.

Al Fox Carraway

Al Fox Carraway rose to Mormon fame after converting to the Church and blogging as “the Tattooed Mormon.” Follow her on Twitter for relatable spiritual musings (and follow her on Instagram for similarly awesome content).

3 Mormons

If there’s anything better than one Mormon, it’s three Mormons in one, right? Follow 3 Mormons for inspiring quotes from general authorities, Mormon humor, and the latest 3 Mormons videos.

What are your favorite Twitter accounts for clean humor? Share them below!

Ashley Lee is a news media student with a minor in editing at Brigham Young University. Her hobbies include reading, stand-up paddleboarding, and reciting seasons 1-5 of The Office word-for-word. She hopes to be a reporter for a national newspaper after graduation.